some very poor advice. yesterday you went to cleveland and you gave a hell of a speech on the economy. that's where the country should be focused on. but instead, 14 hours later, you're on the morning show talking about, well, you know the guy's got a right to burn it but we -- is that where you want to be, mr. president? it's not your fault. rahm emanuel has been working himself all over the media, well, this is really the job i want. rahm, you've checked out, buddy. you're already the mayor of chicago in your mind. now look the mess we have on our hands. the president of the united states deserves a hell of a lot better than what he's getting. they are winging it from day one, which doesn't bode well when it comes to confidence of turning the economy around. the focus should be the economy. the president gives a great speech in cleveland and hours later, he has to deal with this. i'd like to know, in the white house, maybe you can tell us, did the president know last night or yesterday afternoon when he was speaking in cleveland that he was going to have to go on the morning shows this morning and answer to this nut job?